Linda’s Legacy

A Monthly Retrospective of Linda Puglisi’s 30 Years as Town of Cortlandt Supervisor   As a former Preschool Director, Supervisor Puglisi is as comfortable speaking with students in classrooms (pictured here at Walter Panas High... Read more »

A Proud Community Forever Healing

The 20th anniversary remembrance ceremony takes place at 1p.m. on Sept. 11, 2021, at the “Reaching Through the Shadow” Memorial at Croton Landing Park, Croton-on-Hudson. (In event of rain > Harmon Firehouse,... Read more »

If You Build It, Growth Will Come

A big part of being a Town Supervisor is planning to repair, improve and construct new infrastructure projects throughout the Community. For example … water storage tanks, traffic signals, replacement of waterlines,... Read more »

Linda’s Legacy – Paying Tribute to our Forever VIPs … Veterans and Seniors 

A Monthly Retrospective of Linda Puglisi’s 30 Years as Town of Cortlandt Supervisor   Two groups in our community that have always been very important to me are Veterans (men and women)... Read more »

Linda’s Legacy – Recreational Areas and Activities Are the Pride of Cortlandt  

A Monthly Retrospective of Linda Puglisi’s 30 Years as Town of Cortlandt Supervisor   A very important part of a local government’s value to constituents is its recreation activities, sports programs, projects and special events, for... Read more »

A Letter from Cortlandt Supervisor Linda Puglisi: I’m Retiring on 12/31/21

Since the local political parties will be preparing their list of candidates for next years (November 2021) election, I thought I should be the one to tell our Cortlandt community first that... Read more »

Town of Cortlandt’s Top Goals for the Coming Year: From Supervisor Linda Puglisi

[Ed. Note: In the print edition of March River Journal, the photo caption on page 2 transposes the names of Dr. Becker and James Creighton. We regret the error. The caption is... Read more »